This issue came out in August 2004. The issue starts out with an I Spoke interview. There is a review of Punk-Fest. There were also columns, reviews, gossip, show listings, and a flyers page. Topics: I SPOKE, PUNK-FEST, -ZINE ARCHIVE
Issue 8 of the Pig Paper came out in April 1978 and featured pieces on Elvis Costello, the Viletones, The Forgotten Rebels, The Dishes, Teenage Head, the Diodes, a show review of the Runaways and the Heartbreakers, some photos of Elvis Costello, Mickey Skin, Margeretta Passion, Frankie venom, Carole Pope, Robert Gordon, and loads of gossip. Topics: Zine Archive, The Pig Paper, Toronto punk
This issue came out in January 2006. Terminal State are on the cover. The Pedestrians from Chicago are also in this issue. We speak to Punk History Canada about the comp. A Year in Review for 2005 appears in this issue. There is a review of Hunka Junk. There are reviews, show listings, and a flyers page. Topics: TERMINAL STATE, PEDESTRIANS, PUNK HISTORY CANADA, YEAR IN REVIEW, HUNKA JUNK, - ZINE ARCHIVE
This issue came out in October 2003. The issue featured an interview with the Black Eyes Club from Hamilton. This is our first interview with Hostage Life. Mark Rodenhizer interviews Jim Fields the director of "End of the Century". Mark also interviewed James Spooner from Afro Punk. Daragh Hayes interviews Florian Helmchen about his label Heartfirst. There is another Japanese flyer section. Topics: BLACK EYES CLUB, HOSTAGE LIFE, END OF THE CENTURY, AFRO PUNK, HEARTFIRST, -ZINE ARCHIVE
This is a zine done by EXD related to activities pertaining to the radio show. This issue features interviews with In Time, Molested Youth, and Death is Easy who all did Studio 3 sessions for us. There are also some reviews and a flyer page of recent shows. Topics: Hardcore punk zine on toronto, In Time, Molested Youth, Death is Easy
When I was first getting into the Toronto hardcore scene I would often see the Raving Mojos opening up for someone in town. Blair Martin wore this unmistakable tartan beret. Greg Dick does an interview with them as the first in a series of Toronto's original wave in our local scene. Another previously unpublished interview by Daragh hayes with Itlay's Negazione. This interview was done on the first date of their "Little Drummer" tour back in 1987. There was also an interview with Josh... Topics: RAVING MOJOS, NEGAZIONE, PUNK-O-RAMA, SUPER SABADA GIGANTE, ED WALTERS RECORDS, SHANK, -ZINE ARCHIVE
This issue came out in August 2008 and featured Black Jacket from Oshawa. Gena Maldezy did an interview with Vapid from Vancouver. We also got to speak to the Suicide Pilots from Ottawa, which is an amazing band with some crazy things that have happened to them. And we also got to speak with Sonorous Gale from Buffalo. Aaron Brown writes about Distort Fest. Craig writes a review of Diary Punk. And there are reviews and show listings. Topics: BLACK JACKET, VAPID, SUICIDE PILOTS, SONOROUS GALE, DIARY PUNK, - ZINE ARCHIVE
Art In Revolution, not the band but the magazine. Punk from Voorburg, 1979 - 1980. Includes correspondence with Rondos and Crass. In Dutch (most of it). The band: http://www.archive.org/details/ArtInRevolution-25YearsOfAir-conditioning Topics: Art In Revolution, Dutch, punk, magazine, Stichting Maldoror, maldoror.com
This is the September 2011 issue of EXD radio zine. Urban Blight is the feature interview. There are record reviews, reviews of Dirty Drunk and PUnk and Songs from Nowhere, and the flyer for the "Ain't Dead Yet" flyer. Topics: Equalizing-X-Distort, Zine archive, Urban Blight, BFG, Dirty Drunk and Punk, Vicious Cycle, Songs...
Issue 10 came out in December 1978. the cover story is of the Dave Clark Five, Inside there are pieces on the Verbs, the Rich Kids, Television, the Modern Lovers, the Viletones, the Dishes, the Boston music scene, and the L.A. music scene. There are photos of the Diodes with the Clash, David Byrne, Dave Thomas, and the Secrets. Topics: Zine Archive, The Pig Paper, Toronto punk, the Verbs, the Dave Clark Five, the Viletones, the Rich...
Cover: The Specials Centrespread: Squeeze Back cover: Gibson Brothers Interviews: The B-52s; The Jam; The Specials; Articles: Eddie Cochran Bitz: Chris Difford's top ten; Madness; Undertones/Clash gig threatened; Mekons; The Jags Lyrics: Duchess - The Stranglers; Slap & Tickle - Squeeze; Boredom - Buzzcocks; Get It Right Next Time - Gerry Rafferty; If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me? - Bellamy Brothers; White Man In Hammersmith Palais - The Clash; Getting Closer... Topics: smash, hits, sept, Smash Hits, music, punk, odeon, band, boy, lofgren, doo, glasgow apollo,...
Cover: The Pretenders Centrespread: Pink Floyd Back cover: The Clash Interviews: The Pretenders; Mike Oldfield; The Selector Bitz: Elvis Costello; Squeeze; The Inmates; Star Trek: The Motion Picture; The Cure Jo Callis's all-time top ten Lyrics: Day Trip To Bangor - Fiddler's Dram; Tears Of A Clown - The Beat; Too Much Too Young - The Specials; Union City Blue - Blondie; Moonlight And Muzak - M; I Wanna Hold Your Hand - Dollar; I Have A Dream - Abba; With You I'm Born Again - Billy Preston... Topics: smash, hits, band, Smash Hits, punk, wanna, music, pretenders, chrissie, clash, chorus, hammersmith...
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Revolutionart LET'S ROCK edition. "Rise the heavy spirits of rock" Revolutionart 18 is in your hands. You rock! Welcome to the new magazine filled inspiration and rock nâ roll. An edition filled with pages that tell of the musical inspiration of our participants. Turn up the volume. The spirit of rock is filled with strength and rebelliousness. Since the beginning it has been the music of revolution, the music of a new generation who used electric guitars with distortion to express... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Rock, Dale May, Rock n' Roll, Metal, Heavy, Grunge, Punk, rockstar, rockstars, magazine rock, rock...